LA PETITE MORTE III
Reflecting upon mental health disorders, this psychological thriller thrusts the audience into the fantasy world of the subconscious, and shows a female actress’ journey to confrontation. Suzanne, an actress in the making, is struggling to connect with a role she is playing. Her character, Suzanna is a suicidal girl who finds no meaning in life. Suzanne has to figure out if it is her character she is struggling with, or herself.
LA PETITE MORTE II
Created for the Straight 8 short film competition, this project explores nostalgia and grief following a character revisiting memories of a lost love with a super 8 film camera. Experimenting with the concept of object permenance, film invites the audience to together find absence in presence at these liminal spaces & memories. This film is shot chronologically on super 8 film with no editing.
Alone for the first time, Lauren finds herself in London. Living in solitude, her empty flat soon gets invaded by the incessant ringing of a telephone. The anonymous male voice on the other end drives her into a realm of fantasy. Lauren is captivated by the man. When her dependence on illusion breaks, she is forced to regain control of her life.
Sexline showcased at BAFTA London and screened at many international festivals including The World of Women’s Cinema (WOW) 2016 Sydney/Australia, BUFVC Learning on Screen awards 2015 and Screentest Film Festival 2015.
LA PETITE MORT I
An experimental film shot in New York streets exploring a loss of consciousness: a trip.
The film follows a young girl in the hour of 3am, set in a dingy cab office at the end of her night out. Having lost her purse and phone, she relies on the kindness of the cab receptionist.
An essay film exploring the female gender in the patriarchal context through a play with traditional babushka dolls.
Morals and conventions of the sacred against the idea of freedom. Where does our freedom end others’ begin?